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Van Staveren, Irene

Irene Van Staveren is Professor of Pluralist Development Economics at the Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam.

  • Staveren, I.P. van, Webbink, E., Haan, A. de & Foa, R. (2013). The Last Mile in Analyzing Wellbeing and Poverty : Indices of Social Development. Forum for Social Economics.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2013). Caring Finance Practices. Journal of Economic Issues, 47(2), 419-425.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2013). To Measure is to Know? A Comparable Analysis of Gender Indices. Review of Social Economy, 71(3), 339-372.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2013). An Exploratory Cross-Country Analysis of Gendered Institutions. Journal of International Development, 25(1), 108-121.
  • Staveren, I.P. van & Crespo, R.F. (2012). Would We have had this Crisis if Women had been Running the Financial Sector? Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investment, 1(3-4), 241-250.
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  • Staveren, I.P. van & White, M.D. (2010). Ethics and Economics: New Perspectives. London: Routledge.
  • Staveren, I.P. van & White, M.D. (2009). Ethics and Economics: New Perspectives. London: Routledge.
  • Staveren, I.P. van & Peil, J. (2009). Handbook of Economics and Ethics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Staveren, I.P. van & Knorringa, P. (2008). Beyond Social Capital: A Critical Approach. London: Routledge Books.
  • Staveren, I.P. van, Elson, D., Cagatay, N. & Grown, C. (2007). The Feminist Economics of Trade. London: Routledge Books.
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  • Staveren, I.P. van (2013). Gender as a Macro Economic Variable. In S. Rai & G. Waylen (Eds.), New Frontiers in Feminist Political Economy (pp. 135-153). Routledge.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2013). How Gendered Institutions Constrain Women’s Empowerment. In D. Figart & T. Warnecke (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Gender and Economic Life (pp. 150-166). Edward Elgar.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2012). Experimenten als motor voor verandering. In M. Janssen & G.B. Taverne (Eds.), Kapitaal Vertrouwen – goed geld voor een duurzame toekomst (pp. 104-108). Assen: van Gorcum.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2011). From Gender as Exogenous to Gender as Endogenous in the New Economics. In P. Arestis & M. Sawyer (Eds.), New Economics as Mainstream Economics (pp. 116-153). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2011). Gender Equity. In P.A. O’Hara (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Public Policy – Governance in a Global Age (Volume 4. Social, Environmental and Corporate Governance) (pp. 230-243).
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  • Staveren, I.P. van (2013). Book Review ‘A short history of ethics and economics – the Greeks’ [Bespreking van het boek A short history of ethics and economics – the Greeks]. J ECON ISSUES / JEI, 47(1), 280-282.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2011). Inequality, Development and Growth [Bespreking van het boek Inequality, Development and Growth]. Journal of Income Distribution, 20(2), 97-100.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2011). The Gendering of Global Finance [Bespreking van het boek The Gendering of Global Finance]. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 13(2), 291-292.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2011). Economic Pluralism [Bespreking van het boek Economic Pluralism]. Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics (EJPE), 4(1), 95-98.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2009). Book review. [Bespreking van het boek Frontiers in the Economics of Gender]. J ECON ISSUES / JEI, 43, 818-819.
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  • Staveren, I.P. van & Webbink, E. (2012). Civil Society, Aid and Development: a Cross-Country Analysis. (12BUZ611283 | E). The Hague: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2012). Global Trends in Labour Market Inequalities, Exclusion, Insecurity and Civic Activism ¿ Background Paper for the Democratic Governance Report by UNDP. The Hague: ISS.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2012). The Lehman Sisters Hypothesis: an exploration of literature and bankers. (ISS working papers. General series545 ). The Hague: International Institute of Social Studies.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2011). To Measure is to Know? A Comparable Analysis of Gender Indices. (ISD Working Paper2011-02 ). The Hague: Institute of Social Studies.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2010). Gender trends in developing countries during financial crises. (ISS working papers series. General series511 ). The Hague: International Institute of Social Studies.
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  • Staveren, I.P. van (04-06-1998). Bijdrage vrouwen aan zorgarbeid zichtbaar maken. De Volkskrant, pp. @[email protected]
  • Klamer, A. & Staveren, I.P. van (05-09-1997). Gümüs en tweeërlei solidariteit. NRC Handelsblad, pp. .-..
  • Staveren, I.P. van (01-10-1997). Zorg is niet in geld uit te drukken. Voorlopig, pp. 8-10.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2010). Would we have had this crisis if women had been running the financial sector? In -. Pilar: Economics and Buiness School, University Austral.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2010). Niet de slagroom maar het meel: emancipation en efficiëntie in het buitenlands beleid. In -. The Hage: Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2007). 'Why Labour Force Participation, Education, and Credit do not Always Help for Gender Equality. In -. The Hague: Ínstitute of Social Studies.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2011). Mind & Matter: Developing Pluralist Development Economics. Inaugural Lecture delivered on 20 January 2011, upon the acceptance of the Endowed Chair of Pluralist Development Economics, established by the EUR Trust Fonds, at the ISS (2011, januari 20). The Hague: ISS.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2011). Keynote Speech ‘Lehman Sisters & Morality in the Netherlands: Behaviour in the Financial Sector during the Crisis’ at the Heterodox Economics Conference ‘Economists of Tomorrow’ on 6-9 July, 2011. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (1999, juni 24). Caring for economics. Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (289 pag.) (Delft: Eburon). Prom./coprom.: A. Klamer.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (1999, juni 24). Caring for economics. Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (289 pag.) (Delft: Eburon). Prom./coprom.: A. Klamer.
  • Staveren, I.P. van. Caring for Economics: An Aristotelian Perspective. Delft (291 pag.) (Delft: Eburon). Prom./coprom.: .
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2011, juni 24). An Exploratory Cross-Country Analysis of Gendered Institutions¿. Hangzhou, China, Lecture at the pre-conference sessions of the Annual IAFFE Conference on 24-26 June 2011.
  • Staveren, I.P. van, Pervaiz, Z. & Chaudhary, A.R. (2013). Diversity, Inclusiveness and Social Cohesion.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2012). The Ethics of the Financial Crisis and Financial Reform. World Congress of the Association of Social Economics: Glasgow, UK (2012, juni 20 - 2012, juni 22).
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2012). The Lehman Sisters Hypothesis: an exploration of literature and bankers¿. Annual Conference of the International Association For Feminist Economics (IAFFE): Barcelona, Spain (2012, juni 27 - 2012, juni 29).
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2011). The Miracles of Minorities. Making Money in the Developing World: Kenya versus Mauritius and Indonesia versus Malaysia. Workshop sponsored by NWO: Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, (2011, januari 03 - 2011, januari 04).
  • Staveren, I.P. van (2011). 'Would we have had this crisis if women had been running the financial sector?¿. Paper presentation: University Austral, Pilar (2010, juli 20).
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  • Staveren, I.P. van (periode: 2011 t/m 2011). Organized, on request of the conference organizers, with a budget provided by the organizers, two plenary sessions with six papers at the Conference Developments in Economic Theory and Policy, 29 June - 1 July Position at: University of the Basque Country.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (Presentation & interview) (2012, Dec 21). Presentation on the financial crisis and fundamental alternatives to the capitalist economic system at Occupy Rotterdam, V2, Rotterdam, Livestreamed by V2 [radio-uitzending]. In Radio Rijnmond.
  • Staveren, I.P. van (Interview) (2011, Oct 17). ‘Financiële sector mist zelfreinigend vermogen’, gesprek met Irene van Staveren in Radio 1 talkshow ‘Dit is de dag’, EO, 17 oktober 2011. [internet radio-uitzending]. In Dit is de dag’.

 

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Erasmus University Rotterdam, International Institute on Social Studies

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Knorringa, Peter

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